Lewis grew into a young man, and as soon as he hit his young adult years he was off to the park to pick up some llllllllllladies. First off he encountered Ebony, and introduced him, chatted her up, flirted a bit, kissed her, married her and then…discovered she was an Elder.
Ah. This threw a minor spanner in the works but Lewis was not to be deterred. Off he went back to the park and bumped in to Whitney. Whilst canoodling with Whitney outside the house, Ebony chanced upon them. Slapping Lewis across the face and scaring Whitney out, she was not happy. She ‘accidentally’ got locked inside a doorless room and unfortunately passed away less than a day later.
I actually felt relatively bad about this, but Lewis obviously didn’t. Whilst still grieving the death of his first wife, he proposed to Whitney and married her in a quiet private ceremony.
Life continued on, and after a few unsuccessful woohoos we had the first major death in the family. Blair, having not even had the chance to retire, passed away quite peacefully whilst still mourning the death of Ebony. Who she’d only known for about 2 days. Things move very quickly.
Adam continued his descent into senility and took to spending most of his time in his dressing gown, playing his guitar in Lewis & Whitney’s bedroom. This caused some pregnancy tension that’s for sure.
Whitney became pregnant and dashed off to the hospital. Great disappointment was upon the family when the baby popped out as a girl – Cookie Carling (…I had an empty packet of cookie dough bites on my desk) but this was soon followed by JOY as Whitney had twins and the baby boy Lakeland Carling (Lakeland Plastics carrier bag on my bed) joined his little sister.
I’m still a tight arse which means cheapo cribs are the way forward, but neither baby seemed all that fussed.
Unfortunately we then had a very sad moment as Adam, our original legacy creator, passed away. I was actually genuinely quite sad. And really annoyed because I was half a point off maxing his lifetime wish.